Dog walking in Westerly

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Flexible scheduling

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Choose between a 20-minute, 30-minute, or 60-minute stroll for your dog.

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What is Wag!?

Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of pre-screened and insured pet sitters and dog walkers. In less than 15 minutes you can book a nearby dog sitter, daycare provider, or dog walker, who'll take complete care of your loved one - at their place or yours.

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Hannah CWesterly, RI

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Hi I’m Hannah! I’ve lived with dogs my whole life and consider them a big part of my family. I’ve cared for small and large dogs alike, from tiny pugs to large labs with great experiences all around. I’m excited to meet your dogs and give them the best care possible!

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Can run with dogs, Fast walker

Lexie BWesterly, RI

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I have grown up with dogs and have always loved to care for them. I have taken care/dog sat for dogs ranging from pugs, labs, golden retrievers, terriers and newfoundlands. I enjoy walking and caring for dogs as often as needed!

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Katherine PWesterly, RI

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Hello! I’m Katherine. I live a transient life working on various boats around the country and as such can’t have a furry friend of my own. I’d love to walk your dogs and share some special moments together when I’m not at sea! I do move around a lot, so I probably won’t be available for long-term repeat bookings.

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Carly SWesterly, RI

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“Here for you, and your furry friends!”

Hello! My name is Carly and I am a current senior and microbiology major at URI. I have always had a love for dogs and animals in general. I have 3 dogs back at home, one which has special needs. I have over 10 years of experience in dog care and I am familiar with a good amount of training methods. As a walker for your dog, I will treat your pet with the same love and care as i would provide for one of my own dogs.

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Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Puppy care, Fast walker

Madeline HWesterly, RI

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“Lover of dogs and the great outdoors!”

Lover of all animals, being out in nature, and walking precious doggos in my free time. Owner of the goodest girl, a rescue puppy named Amara who is my pride and joy!

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Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Brianna BWesterly, RI

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“A caring dog lover for all your dog needs!”

Hello, my name is Brianna! I'm 21 years old. I grew up in a small town near Philadelphia, PA with my adorable Beagle named Cassie. Aside from caring for my family's dog, I began dog sitting for family and friends when I was about 13. Over the years I've watched a wide variety of dogs—and I've loved caring for and spending time with each one of them. I look forward to getting out and active with your dog, and giving your pup as much joy and puppy-love as they give me!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Cindy SWesterly, RI

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I am an avid animal lover, and have owned dogs, cats, and horses myself. My most recent dog was a chihuahua-pug-cocker spaniel mix who loved everyone. I have both walked dogs for friends as well as house sat for dogs, cats, and horses. Animals have always approached me, feeling comfortable with my easy attitude.

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Dog Walking in Westerly

Westerly is a charming beachfront community in Washington County. During the dog days of summer, people come from all over to enjoy the gorgeous white sandy beaches. But the town’s natural beauty isn’t the only benefit for resident pups. There are two veterinary clinics that assist in keeping local canines in tip top shape.

Westerly Town Forest is a great place to spend some time with your four legged friend. Sitting right on the banks of the Pawcatuck River, this beautiful wooded area has three trails ranging from .80 miles to 1.25 miles. Your pal will absolutely love getting some exercise in such a puptastic setting.

With nearly a dozen pet friendly restaurants in town, there’s no need to leave your pooch home when you feel like dining out. Head over to Bridge for a perfect combination of beautiful scenery and delicious food. Sit at the dog friendly patio and enjoy views of the Pawcatuck River while munching on fresh, local seafood. The Haversham Tavern is another option. This 19thcentury tavern serves up classics with a twist. Dine al fresco with your pooch at one of the outdoor tables. 

With such pawsome restaurants, and beautiful outdoor spaces, it’s no wonder dogs feel welcome in Westerly. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Westerly

Watch Hill

48
Population Density
300 per sq. mi.

Watch Hill

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Immerse yourself in Westerly’s seafront beauty with a trip to Napatree Point Conservation Point. Gaze out at the Atlantic Ocean and Narragansett Bay while walking along the beach with your furry BFF. She’ll feel the sand beneath her paws while breathing in the salty air. Take a break from the seashore and follow the trails through the sandy dunes. This bit of paradise does have some dog regulations. During the peak season of May 2 through Labor Day, pups cannot visit the area between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.  But, fur-tunately, from Labor Day to May 1, four legged guests are welcome at any time. 

Westerly Town Center

36
Population Density
4,479 per sq. mi.

Westerly Town Center

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Wilcox Park combines history, stunning scenery, and lush gardens. Oh, and it’s the perfect place for a little doggy cardio. Grab a leash and head over to discover one of Westerly’s community gems. The picturesque park surrounds a 19th century library and features walkways, memorials, and a large variety of trees and shrubs. Take a stroll through the colorful Native Gardens, then guide your pup over to the Friends Perennial Garden. Before heading home, stop by Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt for a post- walk refreshment. Get your froyo to go, or hang out at one of the patio tables with your pooch. 

Chin Hill

24
Population Density
469 per sq. mi.

Chin Hill

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If your dog is craving some time in nature, grab his leash and head over to Dr. John Champlin Glacier Park. Not only is this park a pupperific spot for some exercise, it is also a hot bed for unique geological features. A two mile network of trails lets you get a firsthand look at glacial ridges and boulders, kettle ponds, and carved canyons.  There are some steep ascents, so make sure your pal is up for the challenge. Also, since water is not available at the trailhead, you’ll need to bring enough to keep you and your four legged hiking buddy fully hydrated. 

Avondale

12
Population Density
300 per sq. mi.

Avondale

12

For an easy but gorgeous walk, take your canine companion over to Avondale Farm Preserve. Here you’ll find open meadows full of wildflowers, grasses and shrubs. Stonewalls wind throughout the property, adding some extra charm. Warm up your pal’s four legs with a stroll around the half mile paved path. Then head out on the grassy side trails. He’ll love breathing in the fresh air as he cruises through this beautiful park. This natural space is a perfect bird and butterfly habitat, so keep your eyes peeled for the winged creatures. No doubt about it, this walk will make his tail wag! 

Misquamicut

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Population Density
300 per sq. mi.

Misquamicut

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Westerly Town Beach is one of the most pup-ular spots in town, especially during the peak summer season. Locals and out of towners love to relax on the white sand while enjoying views of the Atlantic. As with other town beaches, four legged guests are allowed, but need to follow certain guidelines. During summer, or May 2 through Labor Day, pups cannot visit the area between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.  From Labor Day to May 1, four legged guests can splash in the waves at any time. So bring your pooch over and let her feel ocean breeze fun through her fur.  She’ll be one happy hound!